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John F. Kennedy: Remarks to the <B><font color='#cc3300'>Vienna Choir</font></B> Boys.
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John F. Kennedy
5 - Remarks to the Vienna Choir Boys.
January 9, 1962
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I WANT to express our great pleasure and satisfaction at having this distinguished choir here. I think they sang for us while we were in Vienna--St. Stephen's Church--and we are delighted to have them here, not only because of their own skill but also because it reminds us of a beautiful city and a very warm welcome.

So we want you to know we are glad to have you at the White House. Thank you.
Are we going to hear from them?


Note: The President welcomed the boys in the Rose Garden. They responded by singing the Gallus "Haec Dies" and Zoltan Kodaly's "Angels and the Shepherds."
Citation: John F. Kennedy: "Remarks to the Vienna Choir Boys.," January 9, 1962. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=9002.
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